company overview

Established:            2012
Description:            Wholesome food delivery and delis in central London.
Founders:                Lily Simpson
Head Office:            London, UK
Locations:                Soho, Fitzrovia and Russell Square
Company Size:        45
Industry:                  Food & Drink, Health & Wellness, Hospitality
Website:                  www.detoxkitchen.co.uk


About

HOME DELIVERY PACKAGES

Nutritionally designed meals at your fingertips that taste great and make you feel even better.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and juice - all delivered to your door daily. We have five packages to choose from, varying from 900 to 1,800 calories per day.

We believe that the key to having healthy, nutritious food in your life for good is to find food that excites you, that tastes amazing, and that you aren’t just eating for the sake of being ‘healthy’. Customers find just that with our detoxes.

 

OUR DELIS

We serve fresh, bold, and delicious dishes that are bursting with flavour and goodness. Our aim is to make sure that when our customers leave our delis they feel satisfied, nourished, and energised. We offer seasonal, vibrant bowls of tasty salads and hot dishes, an abundant breakfast bar, and a grab-and-go range as well as a selection of sweet treats and fresh juices and smoothies.

We have three delis in Central London: Kingly Street, Mortimer Street, and Bernard Street.

We are also stocked in Selfridges and have a cookbook "The Detox Kitchen Bible."


FOUnder bio

Lily Simpson - CEO, Co-Founder

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My earliest memory is sitting on the kitchen counter at home and watching my mum and dad make a stew. Our day was dictated by what we ate and creating dishes was always my favourite part of the day. Cooking has always taken center stage in my life and so it felt only right that I should make it my career. In 2010 I set up my own catering company and in 2012 I launched Detox Kitchen. I have always cooked from scratch using vibrant, fresh ingredients and I wanted to show people that healthy food doesn’t have to be restrictive or boring, it can be abundant, filling, and completely delicious. 

I created Detox Kitchen with one mission: to get more people eating and enjoying healthy food. I wanted people to eat our food and feel amazing afterwards, and I wanted them to be surprised by how tasty it was. But, most importantly, I wanted to create a brand that people can trust. So everything we serve is made by us; we know where all our ingredients come from and we know how to cook them to get the most out of them, both in terms of flavour and nutrients. I hope that our food inspires people to eat healthier for good, to make better choices, and to be conscious of where their food comes from.


contact information

Address:              Unit 5,  Linford Street Business Estate
                             London, UK SW8 4AB

Press Contact:     info@prezzroom.com

 


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PRESS articles

Detox Kitchen: The healthy food delivery service that wants to be the new Pret a Manger

Fans of the guilt-free grub include Elle McPherson and Gwyneth Paltrow and there’s nothing humble about Ms Simpson’s latest ambition: to take on high street rivals Pret a Manger, EAT and Itsu. 

Fitspiration: Lily Simpson of The Detox Kitchen

Founder of the A-Listers fave foodie brand The Detox Kitchen, Mummy to a gorgeous son, Co-Author of the cookbook “The Detox Kitchen Bible” and all round fab foodie, Lily Simpson is an inspiration to us and she also happens to be one of the world’s most wonderful people.

Detox Kitchen boss: I will deliver 10 new delis to London

Chef and founder Lily Simpson has raised £2 million from backers to fund a rapid expansion of the fashionable Detox Kitchen just four years after she set it up in Battersea in 2012.


TESTIMONIALS

The Detox Kitchen is quite simply the best health food and detox delivery
service in London
— Goop
The Detox Kitchen really do make healthy food delicious. And their ingenious egg wraps are heavenly
— VOGUE
Hallelujah! Some taste has re-entered my life.
— The Times

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